BIMBO - A black line art drawing with two young women embracing on a dark red background.


Theatre and Physical Theatre • Music
South Australia

Presented by Hannah Smith 

Written and directed by Amelia Rooney

Femininity can be overlooked easily. In an attempt to bring a voice to a minority, “BIMBO” tells the story of what it’s like being a woman experiencing life through songs of hope, lust, love, anger, and pain. “BIMBO” explores themes of feminism and female sexuality, what it’s like to be queer and have a sense of dread over not being so-called “pure”. This is the collective story of womankind.


Presented by: Hannah Smith

Hannah Smith is an aspiring director and theatre maker in Adelaide. Growing up in Murray Bridge, Hannah was motivated to create her directing opportunities in the community, producing multiple independent theatre shows through her small production company. Her love of theatre led her to undertake further study in Technical Productions at The Adelaide College of the Arts. She is now studying for a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama) at Flinders University.

Hannah has also had the pleasure of working with the Adelaide Fringe Festival on Tour and Festival of Ideas. Directed works include At the Laundrette (2017), Inside Out (2018), Peter Pan a Musical Adventure (2017), OZ! (2021) and Bumming with Jane (2020/2021).